Oxalis orbicularis

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Mon, 12 Aug 2002 21:39:49 PDT
"Robin Attrill" <Robin@rpattrill.freeserve.co.uk> wrote:

"In recent years, principally due to the efforts of Michael Vassar and =
others, the merits of the genus Oxalis have begun to be more widely =
appreciated.  One of my favorites, that is seldom seen, at least in the =
UK, is Oxalis orbicularis...


"A good illustration of the plant is present in Jeppe's Spring and Winter =
Flowering Bulbs of the Cape, plate 58d"

For those of us without this book, care to offer a description of the plant, 
flower color, etc.  Sorry, it's a pet peeve of mine where a plant is 
featured, yet no clues are given about what it might look like.

Mark McDonough        Pepperell, Massachusetts, United States  
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